LIBERTY N' JUSTICE To Release 'All-Star' Album Via MTM MUSIC

MTM Music has announced the signing of Christian rockers LIBERTY N' JUSTICE. The group's new "all-star" album, "Soundtrack of a Soul", will be handled by MTM in Europe, while Avantage Records will be issuing the CD in Brazil.

Due in February 2006, "Soundtrack of a Soul" features contributions from the following guest singers:

Sebastian Bach (SKID ROW)
Russell Arcara (PROPHET, ARCARA)
Dale & Troy Thompson (BRIDE)
Oni Logan (LYNCH MOB)
Josh Kramer (SAINT)
Scott Wenzel (WHITECROSS)
Tony Harnell (TNT)
Jani Lane (WARRANT)
Pete Loran (TRIXTER)
Stephen Pearcy (RATT)
Joe Cerisano (SILVER CONDOR)
Phil Naro (TALAS)

More notable guest musicians:

Mikkey Dee (MOTÖRHEAD)
Tim Gaines (STRYPER)
Keri Kelli
Tommy Denander (RADIOACTIVE)
Tim Bushong (LOVE WAR)

Commented LIBERTY N' JUSTICE guitarist/founding member Justin Murr: "I have a dream and I know God put this dream in my heart. For this new record, I expanded on the original idea. I thought how cool and what kind of ministry would it be to have 'known' rock singers singing Christian songs."

Murr wanted to go in a new direction with this CD as well. So he hired a producer named Mike Layne, best known for his work with LEADERDOGS and MUDVAYNE.

Justin: "I am happy to find a home at MTM and look forward to great success with Mario and Sebastian. As you already know MTM is one of the premier melodic/hard rock labels in Europe and to be on a label that boasts a talent pool like TNT, STRYPER, TONY MARTIN and many others is a dream come true. This CD is a great hard rock record and I am looking forward to the fans of these singers hearing them on new songs! I just want to thank MTM for making this possible."

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